Tagged: Toxicology

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IBM Micromedex (formerly MicroMedex Health) enables searching across a suite of drug information databases, covering drug administration, adverse effects, clinical applications, contraindications, dosage, indications, interactions, over-dosage, pharmacology, precautions, product/substance identification, toxicity, references, synonyms, and uses. Databases include: NeoFax, Physicians Desk Reference (PDR), Martindale International drug information – including investigational and
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The Merck Index contains over 11,000 entries (referred to as monographs) mostly for single substances and related compounds (isomers, salts, etc.). Some families of natural products and biological substances are included as well. Data provided include: chemical, generic, and brand names; CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service) registry numbers; physical data and
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IRIS (Integrated Risk Information System) is a compilation of electronic reports on specific substances found in the environment and their potential to cause human health effects. IRIS was initially developed for EPA staff in response to a growing demand for consistent information on substances for use in risk assessments, decision-making
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Includes five sections on OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) criteria for testing of: Physical Chemical Properties, Effects on Biotic Systems, Degradation and Accumulation, Health Effects, and Other Test Guidelines. Two OECD Series also included are “Principles of Good Laboratory Practice and Compliance Monitoring” and “OECD Series on Testing
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Free portal which organizes topic pages on Chemicals and Drugs, Diseases and the Environment, Environmental Health, Occupational Safety and Health, Poisoning, Risk Assessment and Regulations, Toxicology, and Pesticide Exposure. User-focused portals for the Public, Researchers/Scientists, Health Professionals, Students/Educators, and Emergency Responders. Includes excellent Reference tools section with A to Z